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TOPIC: and the colts keep marching on!

and the colts keep marching on! 1 year 1 week ago #134304

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Grump wrote:

Danger wrote:

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Dirty Weekender wrote:

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Dazzler wrote: You have a very talented 16 yr old in that team by the name of Rhai'Arn Cox. Boy can he get off the ground.

Pretty handy cricketer as well just quietly.


Yep he is a talent and being mentored by Mick Moylan and Pickers, he learns every game.


I suspect not for much longer Grump

Yep heard he is in the last three, I suspect that with the changes to the colts process that he would want out as well. I think that he is one of the better coaches I have worked for and seen in action. Great Bloke as well!


What about the Talent Manager,Grump? Would he want out as well? I heard he was moving on but the longer the season has gone the more keen he has been to stay on.

This is only my opinion not factual or based on any commentary from anyone but I suspect MM is more aligned elsewhere than to the club, I could be in error but ..... . The TM and Coaches are all under the WAFC and I think there will be a selection process. There are some good candidates but a couple of duds that we all better hope don't get a gig! I can think of at least two, one from our past and one current one at another club but again just my opinion!


Maybe Larry Bird could give us the goss re:TM? I reckon he has a fair idea!

If the WAFC are hand picking the coaches it will be jobs for mates and in my opinion we may get coaches with a profile but not necessarily all the tools that are required to develop and harness talent.

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and the colts keep marching on! 1 year 1 week ago #134336

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Sorry Danger no clue whatsoever. I do know the system at EP is working and the new Colts structure could be another nail in the WAFL coffin.

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and the colts keep marching on! 1 year 1 week ago #134342

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Grump wrote: Firstly let me say that I was looking forward to a high standard game between these 2 sides, Swans colts have shown a lot throughout the season and it was going to be a challenge for us to get over them.

Sadly for Swans but brilliant from the EP boys the close encounter failed to eventuate. The Swannies boys cam out hard but a dominate 2nd quarter saw us kick away 6 majors to none. Our back line was quite superb and set up many of the attacks and the forwards, especially Liam Martin capitalised on the efforts.

On the sidelines we kept thinking Swans are better than they showed and would turn their game around but our boys would not let them and maintained the pressure and the very good play all over the ground.

Well done boys, a great team effort with a few standout performances.


Hey Grump is Redhead injured.

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and the colts keep marching on! 1 year 6 days ago #134494

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chaddy22 wrote:

Grump wrote: Firstly let me say that I was looking forward to a high standard game between these 2 sides, Swans colts have shown a lot throughout the season and it was going to be a challenge for us to get over them.

Sadly for Swans but brilliant from the EP boys the close encounter failed to eventuate. The Swannies boys cam out hard but a dominate 2nd quarter saw us kick away 6 majors to none. Our back line was quite superb and set up many of the attacks and the forwards, especially Liam Martin capitalised on the efforts.

On the sidelines we kept thinking Swans are better than they showed and would turn their game around but our boys would not let them and maintained the pressure and the very good play all over the ground.

Well done boys, a great team effort with a few standout performances.


Hey Grump is Redhead injured.

Yep hurt his shoulder and struggling to overcome injury

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